Reed A. Cartwright posted Entry 2972 on March 10, 2007 05:04 PM.
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The Cincinnati Post has a story about the possibility that AiG’s creation science museum will encourage religious groups to hold conventions in the Cincinnati area. No word yet on whether it will discourage the realty base community from coming to Cincinnati as well.

But I guess that, with Kent Hovind in jail, AiG is going to have to pick up the slack in the mis-education of America.

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Comment #164894

Posted by waldteufel on March 10, 2007 5:23 PM (e)

Given recent revelations (pun intended) about the extracurricular activities of some of our favorite evangelical christians, one has to wonder if Cincinnati has enough booze, drugs, and prostitutes to service a convention of bible thumpers …… .

Comment #164909

Posted by wamba on March 10, 2007 6:39 PM (e)

But I guess that, with Kent Hovind in jail, AiG is going to have to pick up the slack in the mis-education of America.

Never fear, Nathan Bradfield is stepping in to fill the gap.

Comment #164917

Posted by stevaroni on March 10, 2007 6:58 PM (e)

Never fear, Nathan Bradfield is stepping in to fill the gap.

Wow. That page is, um, an interesting viewpoint, to say the least.

I love his overall point, though, that evolution is not, and can never be, science. Mostly because it’s the theory of evolution, and theories are subject to constant re-evaluation as new information comes in.

So evolution can’t be science because it’s, um, subject to the scientific method.

Thanks a lot, wamba, now my head hurts.

Comment #164922

Posted by KL on March 10, 2007 7:32 PM (e)

“Given recent revelations (pun intended) about the extracurricular activities of some of our favorite evangelical christians, one has to wonder if Cincinnati has enough booze, drugs, and prostitutes to service a convention of bible thumpers …… .”

Indeed-you oughta see what Nashville goes through when the Southern Baptist Convention is held.

Comment #164940

Posted by Kevin on March 10, 2007 9:53 PM (e)

umm wow

“Linoge Says:
March 1st, 2007 at 1:40 pm
Well, I think you just adequately summed up why I, personally, believe in both creationism and evolution.”

er personally….I believe in both Santa Claus and my parents buying sacks of toys.